Teaching has been a passion of mine since I was young, and as a believer that music can be learned no matter what age you are, I would be happy to help you find your musical voice!
Lessons are available in-person (depending on location) or virtually.
Group lessons (5 students max)
$35 per student for 60 minutes weekly
$60 per student for 60 minutes twice a week ($30 per session)
I started composing in high school and began taking lessons shortly after. Since then I have been featured at numerous festivals, won competitions, and had several commissions from students, professionals, and larger organizations. I am currently pursuing my Master’s Degree in Composition. I would be happy to work with students who are looking to find their compositional voice!
Theory is an essential part of being a musician and pre-college theory is a great jump-start for college placement exams. I am currently earning my Certificate of University Teaching at Syracuse University, with a concentration in music theory. I have experience teaching diatonic and chromatic harmony, as well as tutoring for aural skills. Group lessons are especially well-suited for music theory!
I picked up the flute as a fourth-grader, like many people, and had decided by high school that music was something I really wanted to pursue full-time. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in flute performance with a jazz minor from Roberts Wesleyan College. I have continued to take flute lessons at Syracuse University, where I am also part of several large and small ensembles. I have experience with flutists of all ages and am happy to help you work towards your own personal music goals!
Please email me if you have any questions!